Government proposes four-year new car MoT

  27 January 2017

The Government has proposed to raise the time threshold for a new car’s first MoT from three to four years. The BBC reports that, following a successful public consultation, the change could be in place in 2018. Explaining the reasoning behind the proposal, the Department for Transport cited improved car manufacturing techniques and safer technology…

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